Cry’s soul searching

Have you ever loved someone so much, you’d give an arm for?
Not the expression, no, literally give an arm for?
When they know they’re your heart
And you know you were their armour
And you will destroy anyone who would try to harm her
But what happens when karma, turns right around and bites you?
And everything you stand for, turns on you to spite you?
What happens when you become the main source of her pain?
“Daddy look what I made”, Dad’s gotta go catch a plane
“Daddy where’s Mommy? I can’t find Mommy where is she?”
I don’t know go play Hailie, baby, your Daddy’s busy
Daddy’s writing a song, this song ain’t goin’ write itself
I’ll give you one underdog then you gotta swing by yourself
Then turn right around in that song and tell her you love her
And put hands on her mother, who’s a spitting image of her
That’s Slim Shady, yeah baby, Slim Shady’s crazy
Shady made me, but tonight Shady’s rocka-by-baby…

i did copy pasta’ed


Ascii is way more creative than painting

ASCII is a language/code to be used when using a computer that lets you write sentences, commands and all those things that nerds like to do. It’s actual definition would be:

Acronym for the American StandardCode for Information Interchange. Pronounced ask-ee, ASCII is a code for representing English characters as numbers, with each letter assigned a number from 0 to 127. For example, the ASCII code for uppercase M is 77. Most computers use ASCII codes to represent text, which makes it possible to transfer data from one computer to another.

I really do love this language, not only because it uses at most 7 characters in each symbol, but also because there are people who make art in it, like in the game “SanctuaryRPG“, a game that i FUCKING LOVE, and then we reach our topic: ASCII art.

Okay, firstly, what is ASCii art? It is images converted into text, but not Literal text, but the conjointment of characters in the intent of making a image, it looks like shit in color, but when only in black and white it looks like the eighth wonder of the planet earth. There are a lot of communities that praise and do ASCii art, such as:

The steam community 

ASCii world

There are even a few apps that let you convert yourself into characters! But I will let you research them :3.

But, how, just how, is it more creative than painting? I mean, they are just characters, nbd, everyone put some together everyday!  But, just how many of you design a town?

It’s complexity to make and simplicity to the view are what makes it shine. Disregarding the fact that, still, there are a few constructions that just aren’t possible with the simple symbols, making the artist go to harder codes within the language. And that’s art, just having to strafe to everything that we’ve got to express our feelings or share a message! Thing that, in painting is only about the selection of colors and brushes, maybe even making the final project too complex to see , a thing that i despise in art.

How RPGs are the “humanest” games

RPGs are role playing games, and what that means, exactly? That, in the game, you will be playing as a character that plays a role in a story -a role that is never the same, most times… It shouldn’t be the same everytime, that’s just bad game development-, and that role is achievable by the acquirement of set set of powers and weapons, or by ultimately changing the relations between you and the NPCs. RPG games can be videogames, like Dragon’s dogma, or phyisical games, like D&D -We’ve arealy talked about D&D in this site Check it out-, either having the same basic characteristics, but just changing the relation between the DM (Tutorial in videogames) and the player, and the one between the player and the other players (that can be only NPCs on videogames, or both players and NPCs).

Now that that is put behind, we can define what it really means to be a human: being human implies in having a chance to be unique, to overcome problems, to live freely (at least since the French Revolution). A human is able to evolve within his limits, and train enough to surpass that limit, a human has transcendency, which means that him can learn, raciocinate!

Therefore, if being human is being something that can be itself and not be blocked by impossible difficulties, and RPGs brings that to the role of the character that you will play, RPGs are the humanest types of games that one can play! Either if you grind to kill that impossible boss (yes, i’m looking at you, red dragon), or if you just want a good time with some cool dudes.

Either way, role playing games are one of the most famous types of games because they are a way to live without actually having any responsibility and with freedom (Unless you want really bad that ending, then, you most likely will hate the game and yourself, and i will hate you because you will be only pandering to your audience >_>, speaking of which, Hi, russ!), and living life is one of the most lovable things by humans.





I have just noticed that RPGs are, for the most part, violent… And we are the non violence crew… That’s great, really XD.


Who you are actually matters to the others.

Here’s the link to the first session of the D&D campaing “Shards of Iso”, “DMed” by Snake (or sioux):

Cry and Friends Stream: Shards of Iso [Session 1]

Since it is the first session, they had to introduce themselves, and them introduced their capabilities, once they did that, the employer had to aprove either or not their conjointment to the party (which, obviously, they all were approved). The point being: if a person don’t know anything about you (as jund argued about this in the campaign), she won’t probably work with you, giving then a sense of importance to who you are and what you can do.

But we do not even need to go into mutual necessity, every realtionship is based on how much you know about the other person! Doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a date, a employer, a killer, you will only engage if you need something that the other person has that you don’t, and that involves knowing the other person.

So, if it matters to you, it probably matters to many others, given that this blog is public, and I’m directing this post to all the readers…. You get the point, I hope….